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In the LaLiga 2020, we have Real Sociedad squaring off against Valencia at Reale Arena. This match will be taking place on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 10:30 PM.

LaLiga 2020 – Match Details

Genuine Sociedad will be hoping to frame it consecutive successes in La Liga once they invite Valencia to San Sebastian on Tuesday night.

The Basque club have gotten five focuses from their initial three association matches of the period to sit down third inside the table, while Valencia have overseen four focuses from their initial three excursions in 2020-21.

Sociedad really began their La Liga season with consecutive draws, imparting the focuses to Real Valladolid on the initial few days of the mission before playing out a goalless draw with Real Madrid on September 20.

Imanol Alguacil’s side put their first three points on the board in impressive fashion on Saturday, though, as they ran out 3-0 winners at Elche courtesy of goals from Portu, Adnan Januzaj and Roberto Lopez.

The Basque side finished sixth in La Liga last season, which was enough for a spot within the group stages of the Europa League, but they were 14 points off fourth-place Sevilla in Spain’s top flight.

Sociedad will definitely be looking to push closer to the Champions League spots this season and can hope that David Silva can play a number one role in their charge, having arrived on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Valencia, meanwhile, started their season with a 4-2 convert Levante at the Mestalla but lost 2-1 at Celta Vigo on September 19 before being held to a 1-1 draw by Huesca on Saturday.

Los Che took the lead against the newly-promoted side within the half , but Dimitrios Siovas levelled the scores just past the hour which was how it finished in Valencia.

The former Spanish champions finished fourth in 2017-18 and 2018-19 but claimed ninth last term, and it might be a difficult campaign for the club as variety of key players are moved on for financial reasons.

There has been variety of exits this summer and not one incoming, meaning that it might be an enormous surprise if the club were to push high the table, despite having variety of talented players in their ranks.

Imanol Alguacil’s side put their first three points on the board in impressive fashion on Saturday, though, as they ran out 3-0 winners at Elche courtesy of goals from Portu, Adnan Januzaj and Roberto Lopez.

The Basque side finished sixth in La Liga last season, which was enough for a spot within the group stages of the Europa League, but they were 14 points off fourth-place Sevilla in Spain’s top flight.

Sociedad will definitely be looking to push closer to the Champions League spots this season and can hope that David Silva can play a number one role in their charge, having arrived on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Valencia, meanwhile, started their season with a 4-2 convert Levante at the Mestalla but lost 2-1 at Celta Vigo on September 19 before being held to a 1-1 draw by Huesca on Saturday.

Los Che took the lead against the newly-promoted side within the half , but Dimitrios Siovas levelled the scores just past the hour which was how it finished in Valencia.

The former Spanish champions finished fourth in 2017-18 and 2018-19 but claimed ninth last term, and it might be a difficult campaign for the club as variety of key players are moved on for financial reasons.

There has been variety of exits this summer and not one incoming, meaning that it might be an enormous surprise if the club were to push high the table, despite having variety of talented players in their ranks.

RS vs VAL – Recent Form

Real Sociedad: W D D D D
Valencia: D L W L W

Real Sociedad Squad

Andoni Zubiaurre, Alex Remiro, Miguel Moya, Aritz Arambarri, Jon Pacheco, Aihen Munoz, Robin Le Normand, Joseba Zaldua, Diego Llorente, Aritz Elustondo, Andoni Gorosabel, Nacho Monreal, Roberto Lopez-Alcaide, Nais Djouahra, Martin Zubimendi, Ander Barrenetxea, Luca Sangalli-Fuentes, Portu, Igor Zubeldia, David Zurutuza, Ander Guevara, Mikel Merino, Martin Odegaard, Asier Illarramendi, Adnan Januzaj, Julen Lobete, Willian Jose, Alexander Isak, Mikel Oyarzabal

Real Sociedad Playing 11 (Expected)

  • Remiro
  • Gorosabel
  • Elustondo
  • Le Normand
  • Monreal
  • Portu
  • D Silva
  • Guevara
  • Merino
  • Oyarzabal

RS vs VAL Dream11: Real Sociedad Fantasy Picks

  • Remiro
  • Gorosabel
  • Elustondo
  • Le Normand
  • Monreal

Valencia Squad

Cristian Rivero, Jaume Domenech, Jasper Cillessen, Hugo Guillamon, Thierry Correia, Javier Jimenez, Cristiano Piccini, Daniel Wass, Jaume Costa, Jose Gaya, Mouctar Diakhaby, Gabriel Paulista, Eliaquim Mangala, Ezequiel Garay, Vicente Esquerdo, Lee Kang-In, Manu Vallejo, Ferran Torres, Carlos Soler, Daniel Parejo, Denis Cheryshev, Alessandro Florenzi, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Francis Coquelin, Ruben Sobrino, Maxi Gomez, Goncalo Guedes, Rodrigo Moreno, Kevin Gameiro

Valencia Playing 11 (Expected)

  • Domenech
  • Wass
  • Diakhaby
  • Guillamon
  • Gaya
  • Jason
  • Kondogbia
  • Racic
  • Guedes
  • Gomez
  • Gameiro

RS vs VAL Dream11: Valencia Fantasy Picks

  • Domenech
  • Wass
  • Diakhaby
  • Guillamon
  • Gaya

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